Corkboard security leaves Redskins redfaced

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WiFi password broadcast on national TV.

Fox Sports has broadcast the wireless access credentials of American football team the Redskins on US national television.

The gaffe occurred after login details pinned to a corkboard were filmed while presenter Joe Buck spoke on camera ahead of a match between NFL teams the Redskins and the Giants.

Sports blogger Matt Sebek first noticed the breach and took the above screenshot.

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